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White Oak built.


 
Posts: 8747 | Location: Poetry, Texas | Registered: 28 November 2004Reply With Quote
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5.56mm NATO or something else? 16" barrel?

Are you going to change to a different muzzle device?

Details, man! Big Grin

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5.56mm NATO or something else? 16" barrel?

Are you going to change to a different muzzle device?

Details, man! Big Grin

George


Just got back from hog hunting with John Holliger and son, White Oak Armament. I will unpack it tomorrow and let you know. I do know the scope is a VX R Custom Shop Leupold 1 1/4X4 with an illuminated Fire Dot reticle. I think this is a Service Rifle approved scope.
I will post more tomorrow.
 
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Well, The barrel is a 16" and fluted also under the hand guard. The Magpul UBR stock just got here with the lower installation kit. A buddy has donated an extra lower receiver. I'm undecided on the trigger. Geissele or a Milazzo-Kreiger. I had another custom AR that really shot well, but gave it to one of my Grandsons.
 
Posts: 8747 | Location: Poetry, Texas | Registered: 28 November 2004Reply With Quote
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Well, The barrel is a 16" and fluted also under the hand guard. The Magpul UBR stock just got here with the lower installation kit. A buddy has donated an extra lower receiver. I'm undecided on the trigger. Geissele or a Milazzo-Kreiger. I had another custom AR that really shot well, but gave it to one of my Grandsons.

The UBR is a really nice stock, but darn heavy. I use mine in conjunction with a 20" Shilen 1-11" ratchet rifled 6.8 upper. The weight of the UBR balances the longer barrel nicely.


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